Tickets on sale now for 2016 Atlanta Braves Spring Training at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

Dec 08, 2015 in "ESPN Wide World of Sports"

Posted: Tuesday December 8, 2015 1:44pm EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Tickets are now on sale for the 2016 Atlanta Braves Spring Training at the the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Marking its 19th year at Disney, the event takes place on select dates between March 1 and April 1 2016, for a total of 17 games including the Yankees, Rays, Mets and Pirates.

Tickets are available online now, with single game tickets priced as follows:

  • Lower Level Reserved $44-$57
  • Upper Level Reserved $26-$41
  • Bleacher Level Reserved $26-$41
  • 3rd Base Lawn General Admission $18-$26
  • Pennant Berm General Admission $15-$20
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bhg469Dec 11, 2015

I don't ever get to work at that site but I hope they stay, at least in the area. Far too many teams are moving further apart and spreading to areas that aren't exactly close together like they are in the cactus league. I am mostly concerned for my own reasons. It is nice to post up in one city for a few days but the nature of the schedule has me hopping all over the state for about a week and a half. This year I am extending my trip, not sure what I'll do but I do not want to go back home that time of year.

FOH JimDec 09, 2015

Well, I think it would be a shame if the Braves move out and no one else moves in. Wide World of sports is a delightful place to watch a baseball game in the spring. I went to watch a game last spring, I really don't care about the braves or the other team, but it was a great time watching baseball. A bad day at the ball park is still better than a good day at work!

RSoxNo1Dec 09, 2015

The Braves should start being a really good team right around the time they leave the Wide World of Sports Complex in two years.

PhotoDave219Dec 09, 2015

Yes, theyve always been that expensive at Disney. The Astros have always been cheaper. Most SP games are rather inexpensive

Nick_ADec 09, 2015

Have spring training games always been that expensive or is this because it's at Disney? I seem to remember going to the Astros spring training games right down 192 in Kissimmee and paying around $20 to sit in the lower level last year.

Next Big ThingDec 09, 2015

The Braves still have a contract with Disney through 2017... they are likely to leave after that for St. Pete last I heard.

LuckyDec 09, 2015

They're rebuilding. They got a lot of good young players in those trades. They could be good in a few years.

PhotoDave219Dec 09, 2015

You heard right, its being considered. --> Story here. No update since then.

Arthur WellesleyDec 09, 2015

Considering they traded away most of their good players, shouldn't they rename it: The team formerly known as the Atlanta Braves?

WDW GuruDec 08, 2015

I thought I read somewhere that the Braves moved out of Disney for Spring Training...I guess I was wrong.